Consent training for health professionals and educators

Helping health workers and education professionals support young people

Are you a school teacher, allied health worker, community worker or someone who works with young people?

Check and Chat provides group and one-on-one consent training and consent coaching for health workers, teachers, and organisations that work with young people.

Our goal is to arm you with the knowledge and skills to:

  • Empower young people and help them understand their own body safety and informed consent
  • Create safe spaces for young people
  • Develop skills for your own personal and professional learning.

Topics include:

  • Consent and sex education
  • Body safety including the history and principles of body safety
  • Respectful relationships
  • Protective behaviours both in and out of the classroom 
  • Increasing child safety
  • Consent and the law – your role and responsibilities
  • Responding to family violence or sexual abuse
  • Mandatory reporting

For in-person group workshops, we recommend sizes of 6 – 25 people however, we can be flexible depending on the size of your team.

We can also hold online workshops for groups up to 50 people.

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Professionals in a casual meeting
Young people in a classroom

Lou is clearly a passionate, intelligent, and compassionate person with a thirst for sharing.

The growth within my own understanding of LGBTIQ+ and the confidence in my language has without doubt aided my clients and I within my own private practice.

Michelle Downs (She/Her), AMHSW – Trauma and EMDR Therapist.

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Check and Chat is a wellbeing and consent education service for young people, their parents or carers, and education professionals.

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We would like to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People and Traditional Custodians. We value their cultures, identities, and continuing connection to country, waters, kin and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and are committed to making a positive contribution to the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, by providing services that are welcoming, safe, culturally appropriate and inclusive.